Ornamental and Structural Pruning for Strong, Healthy Trees
Ornamental Pruning, otherwise known as structural pruning, is usually done on younger trees to help promote proper growing habits. Consider this service offering for your young to middle-age trees, as well as any ornamental trees you may have, including Crabapple, Japanese Tree Lilac and other flowering trees.
Ornamental pruning, or fine pruning, is a more aesthetic service offering that addresses “fine-tuning” the shape and structure of a tree. This service also improves the overall health of your trees and is especially beneficial to flowering trees such as:
- Japanese Tree Lilac
When it comes to pruning flowering trees, this pruning service should be scheduled for immediately after the tree has stopped blooming in order to encourage more flower buds to grow the following season.
Structural Pruning, also known as Structural Balance, focuses on improving the architecture and structure within the crown, or top, of the tree. Ideal for young or middle-aged trees, this pruning service aims to develop a strong tree structure for healthy growth and development.